Praying the Word! Sometimes it difficult to find the words to pray, especially when we are praying for
those who might fit Matthew 5:43-44:
"Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy. But I say unto you,
Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which
despitefully use you, and persecute you;"
What could be better than blessing those we pray for with the knowledge of Messiah and the fulfillment of God's
divine plan in their lives? Here's a couple of suggestions to help you get started from Pastor Kerry's discussion
with Sid Roth on how to pray blessings into people's life:
LORD, I release (this person) to fulfill all the purpose You ordained for (his/her) life.
I declare that (he/she) would come into the knowledge of Yeshua and submit to Your will and become a
joy to (his/her) family.
I ask that (he/she) would receive the full revelation of our LORD himself.
I ask you LORD to release (him/her) from any and all generational curses that keep (him/her) in chains to
this sin. I release (him/her) from my judgment and ask that WE ALL be set free from the grip of this issue.
I call into existence all that (he/she) would fulfill according to Your calling on (his/her) life. I ask that
(he/she) would become whole and (he/she) would supernaturally become the person You intended when
you created (him/her).
Please release (him/her) from sickness and bless (him/her) with health.
Please release (him/her) from fear and doubt of Your presence in (his/her) life and replace it with a
hunger for You.
I ask that (he/she) be blessed to fulfill all Your plans and purposes and not be threatened by any situation
that would try to block (him/her).
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of kings and LORD of lords.
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